> Looking for advice on best process for buffing/polishing green marble
> floors and countertops.
> Thank you for your feedback.
> Ray Jones
> Majestic Stoneworks
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I've read both Randy and John's advice for dealing with your Serpentine
problem. You can't go wrong either way. I used to polish all the way up
the line like Randy suggested but found it took longer than Johns method.
In the right circumstance the crystalizer can be a big help. (Yes, I said
it!) The issue with this stone is the make-up. This green stone, sometimes
other colors as well, is sold as a marble but does not act like one. Most
of these serpentine contain little to no calcium. They will not respond
to out traditional methods etc. I will fax over a couple pages on this
material for you. Please let me know if it helps.
American Stone Care, Inc.
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